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a very strong lager traditionally brewed in the fall and aged through the winter for consumption in the spring


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New Glarus brews up some proper bocks in the Wisconsin heartland.
Nice amber bock color," said Gregg Glaser of Yankee Brew News.
The Bocks returned from a weekend away to a blinking light on their phone answering machine.
The business lost its lease in 2010, much to the disappointment and heartbreak of owners Steve and Linda Bock, and to their loyal customers.
Spring is the traditional season for bock, doppelbocks, helles bock and Maibock beer styles, with warmth from higher gravity and ABVs of six to nine percent.
Smells like a bock ought to, with a lagery quality.
Distributed throughout New England, Bock will be available on draught and, for the first time, in 'Gansett's signature 16oz.
Nice amber color, and a rich bock aroma, malty and sweet," said taster Gregg Glaser.
New Glarus Back 40 was the only regular-strength bock in our flight, and makes the list of our favorites on its technical merits.
Sweet maltiness of a bock in the nose," said Greg Zannella, "but not a ton of flavor, aside from a bit of malt sweetness.
Spring for us is the season for bocks, so we finally decided to do it," said brewery founder Ken Grossman.
The first bocks are thought to have been brewed in the northern German town of Einbeck, in Lower Saxony in the 1200s.
Schell's Bock has a round, rich character that is a trademark of robust German Bocks and has the right combination of hoppy aroma and flavor to invite a second taste.
According to Latrobe, "Rolling Rock Bock will be brewed true to the tradition of the bocks of old Europe and will meet the highest German Purity Law standards for beer.
Observers of this winter tradition gather annually at the August Schell Bock Fest, held on the German Fasching (Mardi Gras) the Saturday before Ash Wednesday, to dip hot iron pokers into their Bocks and sip the steaming head.